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# Refugees

Last year
Minister asks sports bodies to help provide refugee accommodation during 'time of extreme need'
McGrath: 'Plea for large buildings to house refugees reflects the strain the system is under'
Varadkar on protests against refugees: 'We should know better. It's not the Irish way'
The Explainer: How does Ireland's immigration system work?
Govt facing 'pinch-point' on asylum seeker accommodation
Ministers sign off on new €10m International Protection Fund to support community needs
'Only a matter of time before someone is killed': Hundreds attend anti-racism event in Ashtown
Residents in Lismore protest against use of town's refurbished hotel for direct provision
UN refugee agency says it is 'completely unpalatable' that asylum seekers are homeless in Ireland
Asylum seekers sleeping rough on the streets of Dublin: 'I don't know what's next'
55 asylum seekers left without accommodation since Citywest closure
Govt doing all it can to accommodate refugees but numbers are unprecedented, says Martin
New asylum accommodation might not be ready for five weeks, as charities prepare for influx
Citywest closes to new International Protection arrivals, but facility remains open for processing
Pro-refugee demonstrations take place across Dublin
Calls for industrial buildings to be 'utilised' in response to impending Citywest closure
Lynn Ruane: In all my years of community work I've never met the ones 'fighting for Ireland'
Lynn Ruane
CityWest refugee centre to close to new arrivals 'in a matter of days', says O'Gorman
Charity refuses to delete clip of Holocaust survivor confronting UK politician
Drimnagh is latest Dublin community to form group to 'support inclusion' after protests
Refugee accommodation protestors 'roar obscenities' outside house of Ballyfermot councillor
All misdemeanour charges against Irishman Seán Binder in Greece dropped
Explainer: Why have Greece brought a case against Seán Binder and 23 other volunteers?
Modular houses to come on stream as Cabinet briefed on refugee accommodation crisis
Debunked: No evidence Ballaghaderreen doctors ‘only see Syrians and Ukrainians’ on Mondays
Gathering at Ballymun migrant shelter ‘was intimidation, not a protest’, Harris says
'We must reclaim the streets from the far-right': Ballymun planning events to welcome refugees
Greek judge to rule on Friday whether to drop charges against Irish man accused of people smuggling
150 Ukrainian refugees to be housed in Croke Park until next week
Debunked: No, refugees are not still being housed at a school in Drimnagh
All time
UN agency probes origin of Rohingya who landed in Indonesia after ‘weeks at sea’
50 Ukrainians in Dundalk given 48 hours' notice of transfer across the country
Almost 100 refugees remain in tents in Co Clare during cold weather
Opinion: The poor state of public services in Ireland is not the fault of refugees
Fellipe Lopes
Debunked: Asylum seekers, not economic migrants, are being housed at the East Wall building
Debunked: There isn't a secret UN army in Louth; the refugees in Carlingford are from Ukraine
East Wall: Donohoe says residents raised 'important and sensitive' matters relating to housing of refugees
72,000 Ukrainian refugees expected in Ireland by the end of the year
Lynn Ruane: Some refugees are vilified for being from certain places or because they are men
Lynn Ruane
People urged to make unoccupied properties available to Ukrainians in new appeal